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    Childhood Psychiatric Disorders
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    The common childhood psychiatric disorders include the following Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder : It characterized by increased activity levels, poor attention span, distractibility and impulsivity. Autistic Spectrum Disorder: It is characterized by poor social interaction, delayed language development, and having restricted interest in activities. Conduct Disorder: It is characterized by stealing, frequent lying, getting into fights, refusal to obey parents and teachers, truancy, hitting animals etc Mental Retardation: It is characterised by delayed development and poor level of understanding. Learning Disorders (Dyslexia): It is characterised by difficulty in reading, writing or arithmetics or a combination of these.
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    Depression is one of the commonest psychiatric disorder. Around 1 in 5 individuals, will develop at least one depressive episode in their lifetimes. Depression can cause significant dysfunction in the personal and professional life of an individual. The following are the common symptoms of depression- Sadness of mood Loss of interest in activities Low energy levels Negative thoughts Poor sleep and appetite Frequent crying spells Depression can be easily treated with the help of medications and psychotherapy (counselling) Take the following online test to see if you have symptoms of depression